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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...5yrs

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@95R6G4M answered…2wks

te rohe maori is the aregenets is under european and paikah and under auckland borders with moana te maori bridge to river with oranga tamariki attacked maori co-leader learning te reo with john tamahana race more the te patu maori leaders learn tapu and churches is bless with clouds more mighty gods and under beat the death offer easter on the 25th more decrease can children low lifting is sinks

@95KB458 answered…3wks

I do not feel Maori language teachings should be compulsory (even though it is a beautiful language which I have spent some time learning). I have a pessimistic view that the language is dying and children in NZ should be taught skills relevant to thriving in todays competitive world. I do believe there is a great importance in having unbiased education on New Zealand history and world history. This should be taught from all perspectives and not to a weird skewed agenda.

@95FSXDS answered…3wks

@94HWVM9 answered…1mo

@946J2D5 answered…2mos

The reo Maori is ngaruawhia and te taiaha tawha o tamaki o older maoris when the strikes is aboved I der treatments which Europe and don't give any cares warriors and war against under nath shot guns is fight for life

@943GRX4 answered…2mos

No, it should be optional in every school but not compulsory. New Zealand Sign Language should also be offered as it is one of New Zealand’s offical languages

@93ZWHTQ answered…2mos

@933LLLW answered…5mos

No, it should be your choice to do it but you do need a basic understanding of who’s land your on

@932YZB6 answered…5mos

@8ZQVVD4 answered…7mos

No, but there should be an option to learn both sign language and te reo Māori

@8ZQNFKS answered…7mos

Yes, all three official languages should be available to be taught in primary schools

@8YZ9QYY answered…8mos

Yes, in primary and intermediate school. Optional in further education

@8XLD8KH answered…11mos

Not compulsory, but the language and history should be more accurately talked about in all schools so students can better understand why the language is so important to this country.

@8WNY9Z5 answered…12mos

@8VCJ3J5 answered…1yr

It should be optional for students but compulsory for all schools to be able to provide the course content.

@8TS6XM9 answered…1yr

@8T7YCYF answered…1yr

Yes and no, in primary schools but parents can have a say weather there child can learn

@8QP2MFH answered…2yrs

@8NDJGB6 answered…2yrs

We should have more languages in schools, that also includes maori.


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